The number of hospital mergers and acquisitions this year is on pace to top the number of deals reported in 2016, according to a new analysis.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has prepared a bill that would eliminate the current wait time and distance requirements under its Choice program.
For healthcare facilities with multiple participating medical practices, sharing patient information with paperwork can be inefficient.
David Meyer, vice president of risk adjustment for SCAN Health Plan, discusses how Medicare Advantage plans can ensure they're not running afoul of…
Just after President Trump announced he would end cost-sharing reduction payments, two senators reached a deal to fund the subsidies for two years.
ANAHEIM, California—Benchmarking your practice isn’t a tough concept—but where should you start?
UnitedHealth Group appears to have much to gain and very little to lose when it comes to President Donald Trump’s recent healthcare policy moves.
The costs of the country’s first gene therapy will be higher than many imagined, reaching $1 million or more per patient, say leading cancer experts.
Six of the eight Pioneer ACOs earned more than $37 million in shared savings during the final year of the Medicare accountable care model.
The Trump administration’s decision to end cost-sharing reduction payments has led to a chorus of calls for Congress to step in.
Doctors have a third option besides either becoming a hospital employee or staying totally independent: the group practice subsidiary model.